Higher Education: A Right or a Privilege
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Citing Jack Donnelly's definition of human rights, this paper argues that receiving a higher education is a privilege, not a human right and that not everyone is suited to the rigors of a post-secondary education.
From the Paper:"Donnelly defines human rights as both natural and inalienable, which is to say that these are rights that cannot be bestowed, granted, limited, bartered or sold. Human rights are said to be those rights necessary for freedom and for the maintenance of a reasonable equality of life. The essay presented here defends the claim that higher education is a privilege and not a right. Several reasons can be offered in defense of the claim that higher education is a..."
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